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B1 Free Archiver: a simple solution

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Switching to Linux requires users to abandon their usual set of favourite programs and to employ what is available. In terms of archive utilities the first and most obvious choice is the GNOME desktop environment File Roller. But does a Linux neophyte ready to get into all that stuff at once? Let’s f…

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How to connect via Bluetooth in GNOME on Linux

 HowToForge: Connecting to a Bluetooth device is essential for file transferring, audio sharing (Bluetooth speakers), and shared network connectivity (smartphones).

When everything's a request for comments

 opensource.com: The Internet Engineering Task Force calls its standards publications "requests for comments."

Competing and partnering in IoT market's early days

 EnterprisersProject: Why the Internet of Things is changing the way Federal Signal Corporation thinks about competitors, customers, and partners.

Canonical Says Windows 10 Is a Good Reason to Move to Ubuntu

Canonical is taking a bold stand and is asking a very direct question: Is the launch of Windows 10 a good enough motive to move to Ubuntu?

Xtreme Download Manager (XDM) 2015 Released, Amazing Development By Team, Install/Upgrade XDM 2015 In Ubuntu Linux Or Derivatives

 LinuxandUbuntu: Xtreme Download Manager is a free and open source download manager.

Adding lower thirds in Kdenlive

 opensource.com: Seth Kenlon shows us how to add lower thirds to video in Kdenlive.

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Rocket League Officially Coming To Linux/SteamOS, Rocket League & Portal 2 Free With Steam Hardware

Rocket League is massively popular right now, and we are happy to confirm it's heading our way! You even get a free copy with Steam Hardware. The…

Company Of Heroes 2 Released For Linux, Port Report & Thoughts Included

Feral Interactive have ported yet another excellent game, and this time we are graced with Company Of Heroes 2! It’s yet another game I've been…

No Need For Clinical Trials In 'Big Pharma' Now On Linux, Get Making Some Drugs

Big Pharma is a game about creating a factory to build useful drugs, and making money while you do so. I managed to play a build before release, and…

Puzzle Platformer 'In Between' Released On Steam For Linux, Has A Demo

In Between is a story-driven puzzle platformer with gravity rotation mechanics that has the makings of a new classic. It looks similar to gravity…

Universe Sandbox 2 Released In Early Access With Linux Support

You love your space simulation stuff right? Universe Sandbox 2 has released with full support for Linux, so I decided to check it out. Disclosure:…

Unreal Tournament Has Been Updated Again, Here's Another Look On Linux

The new Unreal Tournament has been updated again, and it's sporting a fresh coat of paint on the main menu, amongst other changes. You can download…

Arma 3 Public Linux Beta Soon, Being Used As An Evaluation

Arma 3 is set to see a Linux beta soon, but they will be looking to see how it goes down before they let it graduate anywhere.Speaking on their…

Unity Editor Lands An Experimental Build For Game Developers On Linux

It has arrived folks! The Unity editor for Linux is now available in an experimental build, and I can't wait to see what Linux developers do with it.…

Trine 3 Could See A Linux Alpha Or Beta Release In September

Trine 3 looks absolutely beautiful, and I was sad when it didn't release on Linux day-1, but the good news is the Linux release isn't far off.…

GOL Cast: Maxing Out The Geiger Counter In Nuclear Throne

If a nuclear holocaust were to happen right now it probably would be nothing like Nuclear Throne. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't check out this…

Pillars Of Eternity: The White March Part I Now Available

The first expansion to the engrossing Pillars of Eternity has now launched alongside a massive patch. This is the first part of two planned…

Teeworlds, The Free & Open Source 2D Battle Game Is Now On Steam For Linux

Teeworlds is a great little 2D battle game, and while it has been around for a while it's now just become available on Steam. Steam is great for…

The New Starbound Update Has Arrived With A Great Trailer, Huge Update

It's not often a game can make me stand by and go "wow", but the new Starbound update and trailer has made me do just that. There's a whopping amount…

The Enchanted Cave 2 Available On Linux

The dungeon crawler rogue-like was released for Linux last week. It brings a few twists to the familiar formula that might interest fans of the…

Looks Like Feral Interactive's Linux Ports Will See More AMD Love

Feral Interactive are awesome, that's not exactly news, but they did send out an interesting tweet earlier showing off some new kit.Do you like bits…